Coaching Certification (Cambridge Minor Hockey)

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Below are links for the various Certification that is required to be a Coach, Assistant Coach or Trainer for a Team.
Please click on the link to take your directly to the site for further information and registration.

Information regarding the required Coaching certification for various levels of hockey can be found here.

Respect In Sport Certification - RIS  (this is an on-line course) 

Gender Identity and Expression Course - G ID (this is an on-line course)

Trainer's Certification - HDCO  (this is an on-line course)

Coach 2-Coach Level (previously referred to as Coach Stream (CS)) and Development 1 (D1) Certification - List of Alliance Clinics

Hockey Canada has made changes to their community stream coaching course curriculum (Intro to Coach and Coach Level) and these courses now requires that participants complete the Hockey Canada - Hockey University online program in addition to a 4 hour in-class course and an 60-90 minute on-ice session. The online course will be available to complete upon sign-up for any in-class intro to coach or coach level program session. The online program will continue to be available on your Hockey Canada E-Learning profile until it is completed and for future referencing. The online portion must be completed before your in-class course date.

Please Note:
  • Respect in Sport is required for any Volunteer who will be part of a Coaching Staff.
  • Every team must have a certified Trainer.  The certification expires every 3 years and there is a shorter re-certification course available as well.
  • Click on the link for a Power Point Presentation regarding the changes to Coaching Certification implemented by Hockey Canada.  Presentation

Reimbursement for any Clinic will only happen with previous approval from CMHA.
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